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post #1 of 13 Old 11-16-2018, 07:08 PM Thread Starter
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Lots of 85 to 87 250 rebel parts

About 12 years ago I started to rebuild the 85 to 87 250 rebels then I got a 450 and really liked the way they ran. So I quite the 250's and started on the 450's about about 10 years ago and then found this rebel forum.
I am a pack rat so I still have a lot of the 85 to 87 parts I would like to get rid of. If anyone is interested in some used parts All I ask is pay a little something for my time and shipping to you.
Here are some pictures of the parts I have.
Thanks in advance for helping me get these parts out of my shed.
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post #2 of 13 Old 11-16-2018, 07:42 PM
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85-87 parts that generate real money:

1. head
2. foot peg and shifter
3. that's about it that can't be cross referenced or cross purposed
4. sell for scrap prices because not enough care about those old Rebels anymore
5. hold for the 8th wave of parts rejuve
6. profit
7. museum

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post #3 of 13 Old 11-19-2018, 06:24 PM
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Would you happen to have a carb tucked away in there?
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Sorry no carbs. A couple of intake manifolds though.

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Any engines? I would like to have one for overhaul without having my bike down for a while.

Also, are those front footpegs? For a 1st Gen?

'85 CMX250C that I bought for $200
But I have about $1900 in it now

And I'm not halfway done
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I still have a lot of the 85 to 87 parts I would like to get rid of.
Do you have handlebar risers for a '85 250cmx...needs to have side hole for the turn signal stem...and maybe the nut the stem threads into?

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post #7 of 13 Old 01-21-2019, 04:55 PM
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do you have a headlight lens,front right peg,side cover,rear turn signal mounts ? thx
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I'm looking for the Speedo mounting ring and bucket, I've got a former MSF trainer bike and somebody must have flipped the damn thing.

Also if you have a 1st Gen headlight I need one for my father in law's bike.

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I'm looking for the Speedo mounting ring and bucket, I've got a former MSF trainer bike and somebody must have flipped the damn thing.
From experience I can tell you that a training bike will have a history of MANY low speed or stopped stepoff type accidents that result in them being a bit dog-eared looking, but don't cause any serious damage. This type of accident happens on virtually every course with 12-16 students. Every once in a long while though, a student will pull off a real mind bending crash resulting in a laydown, flip or a nose over, that results in significant rider injury and/or significant damage to the bike. If those bikes could talk, they'd have a lot of gory stories to tell.

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From experience I can tell you that a training bike will have a history of MANY low speed or stopped stepoff type accidents that result in them being a bit dog-eared looking, but don't cause any serious damage. This type of accident happens on virtually every course with 12-16 students. Every once in a long while though, a student will pull off a real mind bending crash resulting in a laydown, flip or a nose over, that results in significant rider injury and/or significant damage to the bike. If those bikes could talk, they'd have a lot of gory stories to tell.
As a RiderCoach I've seen people do things on a motorcycle I would have otherwise thought impossible.

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